Archos is doing something a little different with the Archos 101 XS.
The Galaxy Note 10.1 was unveiled months ago - but it's back with a bigger engine and a slot for your S-Pen.
The Dell XPS 15 doesn't have the skinny credentials to qualify as an Ultrabook, but it does boast a rather impressive spec sheet.
Toshiba has revealed its latest play - a new 10.1-inch tablet. Known as the Excite 10 in the US, can it set the cat amongst the pigeons?
First unveiled at CES 2012, Lenovo has finally released its lower-priced Ultrabook to tempt the masses.
Sony may be late to the Ultrabook party, but it's sure to make quite an impression with its debut device - the Sony Vaio T13.
TvTak, a Shazam-like recognition app focused on video rather than music, has been unleashed at the Qualcomm Uplinq event in San Diego.
Alienware is back with a bang. Along with the M14x and the M18x, the Alienware M17x has had an Intel Ivy Bridge refresh for 2012.
Acer is the latest manufacturer to gatecrash the Nvidia Tegra 3 party, with a tablet that it teased way back in January at CES – the Acer Iconia Tab A510 – now finally ready to hit the shops.
Android innards in a slimline and waterproof body mark Panasonic's return to European smartphone action.
There's more to the notebook market than just Ultrabooks, you know? That's the message from HP at least, who has unleashed its "smallest and lightest ever" business PC.
The follow up to the company's original Ultrabook contender this new model shaves off over 5mm in thickness from the original.
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